The San Francisco 49ers have dealt with a slew of injuries on the offensive side of the ball, but they'll be getting one of their contributors back on Sunday.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Tevin Coleman was activated to the roster on Saturday and is set to rejoin the team ahead of their Week 8 bout with the Seattle Seahawks.

To begin the season, Coleman served as a complementary option to Raheem Mostert in the backfield. Coleman would total 64 scrimmage yards on 21 touches in the first two weeks of the season.

However, after San Francisco's Week 2 victory over the New York Jets, Coleman was discovered to have suffered a knee injury. After being diagnosed with a knee sprain, Coleman was placed on the team's injured reserve list, along with Raheem Mostert.

Following Coleman and Mostert's placement on injured reserve, the 49ers elected to deploy a backfield of Jerick McKinnon, Jeff Wilson, and JaMycal Hasty. But with Wilson being placed on injured reserve—with Mostert on injured reserve again—Coleman's return will be a welcome sight for San Francisco's rushing attack.

While he will return to the offense, it remains to be seen if Coleman is going to see a limited workload in Week 8. If the veteran running back is limited in any fashion, then McKinnon and Hasty would command a bulk of the touches for the 49ers.

Sunday's tilt with the Seahawks is a crucial one for San Francisco as they could use a win in the tough NFC West division. Even though the 49ers will be without Deebo Samuel and Wilson, they'll have Coleman available for the first time in five weeks.